In which the writer tells of an afternoon spent in Bedford. Find out about the delightful village and its rose garden, and see photos of the trip.
In which the writer gives an account of Order of Inkari water and fire despachos. Also provided is a recipe for apricot, walnut and thyme palmiers.
In which the writer explores themes and customs of Michaelmas, the feast of St Michael. Bannock and apple and blackberry crumble recipes are included.
In which the writer describes his custom of baking bread for the Assumption of Mary. His Marymas musings also touch on Diana, Hekate, and the harvest.
In which the writer continues his musings on the curious legend of St Martha, patron saint of cooks. With recipe for fillet steak with tarragon sauce.
In which the writer muses upon St Martha and a visit to the market at Alliance Francaise’s Tour de Force. With recipe for chicken with tarragon sauce.
In which the writer reflects upon St Mary Magdalene. Christian, Gnostic, and folk elements are woven together in a lyric celebration of Her feast day.